Barcelona is in no shortage of great foodie spots – here is a brief list that should be on your list!
Tapas24 is the sister restaurant of popular Comerc 24 and is a vibrant venue honoring the much loved tradition of tapas bars. The place is open from 9AM til midnight proving that there is no time too early or too late to enjoy the most amazing tapa with a drink.
You would not expect eating in a market hall, would you?
This is something you definitely have to try out, as the market in the heart of the city is actually hosting some of Barcelona’s best restaurants, featuring the freshest fish, most impressive homemade pizzas and incredible tapas that the city has to offer. An array of tempting little bars and restaurants include El Quim, Pintxo or Antonio’s.
We found out that Antony Bourdain was at Bar Pintxo the week after we left, and we’re still wondering why he couldn’t adjust his schedule to suit us!
Is this garden a restaurant or this restaurant a garden? Come check it out for yourself and be the judge. This nomadic kitchen is a celebration to good food and good conversation and the perfect place for a latte with a friend.
Here’s one for all you foodies out there! Komomoto serves up a range of Nikkei style food, which is a type of cuisine developed by Japanese immigrants in Peru throughout the century, promising for interesting dishes that aren’t always for the faint hearted. Sample the range of ceviches to chicharrones with nori seaweed and crispy rice, in a modern tavern with tables for sharing, in the heart of el Born neighborhood.
“Tourists come in and want to know, ‘Is it a jewelry shop?’ ” says Carles Mampel, the 39-year-old award-winning pastry chef behind bubo and bubo bar. His establishment is actually a one-two punch of haute chocolatier and new-wave tapas bar near the Basilica Santa Maria del Mar, deep in Barcelona’s El Born neighborhood, but “people eat with their eyes,” he says. – NYTimes
Bubo is a high end chocolate factory. Not the most conventional combo, Bubo’s pulls it off with flying colors. The petite deserts here are truly works of art that look so spectacular you will almost feel bad for eating them, but only almost, as the mouth watering treats will tempt you into devouring them almost instantly. Voted World’s Best Chocolatier in 2005, Bubo’s is truly deserving of this award.